Top Chef Junior finalist Rahanna Bisseret Martinez joined forces with our Healthy Kids team for a special class at the Garden at Oracle Park.
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Hip-Hop Artist Drops Beats in the Garden at Oracle Park
The Garden at Oracle Park team partnered with environmental activist and hip-hop musician Letef “DJ Cavem” Vita to teach Bay Area youth about gardening
Oracle Park is a Giant Hit with Plant-Forward Fans
For many, baseball is synonymous with hot dogs and cracker jacks, but the Bon Appétiters at San Francisco’s Oracle Park (home of the San Francisco Giants), are redefining ballpark cuisine for a new audience: plant-forward fans.
Healthy Kids Works with Homeless Kids through LifeMoves
Manager of Food Education for Children Hannah Schmunk and the Healthy Kids team partnered with LiveMoves to plan both a field trip to the Garden at AT&T Park and two on-site nutrition and culinary workshops.
San Francisco Giants Outfielder Hunter Pence Co-Hosts Cooking Class for Kids at AT&T Park
Hunter and Alexis Pence teamed up with Bon Appétit Management Company’s culinary education program, Healthy Kids in the Bon Appétit Kitchen, and No Kid Hungry for a fun, hands-on nutrition education class with local children at The Garden at AT&T Park.
At AT&T Park, Teens Get Pro Tips on Food Service Careers
The classes held at the Garden at AT&T Park aren’t just kid stuff. Twenty teenagers from the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco’s Citywide Teen Services recently visited to learn about careers in the food service industry from Bon Appétit ballpark staff.
The Garden at AT&T Park Inspires New Growth in the Community
From “plant stretches” to do-it-yourself fruit kebabs, the Bon Appétit team works closely with Mission Neighborhood Centers to build a stronger Garden community.
The Garden at AT&T Park Cultivates Romanesco Fans
Young visitors from West Bay Pilipino Center harvested their own Romanesco grown in The Garden at AT&T Park and were thrilled to use it as a topping on their pizzas
New Plants and New Plates in the Garden at AT&T Park
Throughout the winter, kids in our community visited the Garden at AT&T Park to tend to the plants, cook healthy meals, and learn about where real food comes from. Now that spring has returned and baseball season is underway, we’re thrilled to have fans back in the Garden to cheer on our San Francisco Giants. In preparation for the new season, our team planted new crops and developed garden-to-table dishes for our bistro menus. We encourage fans to explore the Garden while enjoying their salads — you’ll find many of the ingredients growing around you! The Garden at AT&T Park team loves to reconnect fans with the story of our food. Sunflower seeds and peanuts are staples in any ballpark — some of you may remember the sunflowers we grew last year. This season, we decided to grow peanuts alongside […]
Chef Traci Des Jardins Gets Cooking with Kids in the Garden at AT&T Park
Kids from the Boys & Girls Club’s Mission Clubhouse recently visited the Garden at AT&T Park for a special afternoon of culinary fun alongside award-winning chef Traci Des Jardins.